Have you ever experienced a crisis so deeply wounding that you find yourself questioning everything you once believed? Have you ever looked at your lot in life and wondered where God is, if His word is true, or how He could let these bad things happen to you? After all, doesn’t God reward the faithful, especially when all they want are the simple things of life like a spouse to care for them, children to raise, and a loving home for them all to share? Why wouldn’t God want to give us these things? And what are we supposed to do when He takes them all away?
In The Moon is Round, Molly Huffman shares her unfathomably grievous story of when death came crashing into her life – taking people, relationships, and all of her dreams. The fairytale life Molly had hoped for was gone, and she was forced to decide whether she could trust a God who would allow such pain and heartbreak.
Journey with her through her poignantly honest struggle to live with broken dreams and authenticate her faith in God as she shares how suffering became a tool of growth and a conduit to a better life of joy and peace than she ever knew was possible.
The Moon is Round is an incredible story of loss and grief and love and true faith. You will be both deeply moved by the journey that Molly’s writing takes you on as well as deeply inspired by her faith through such difficult circumstances. It is a beautiful book and you should read it right now!Jon McLaughlin, singer songwriter
Molly has a remarkable story that touches both the depths of despair and the heights of hope. Not only that, she’s able to help the reader find God’s purposes in their own redemptive journey by drawing out unique insights and inspiring revelation. We would highly recommend this book to anyone who has ever experienced any measure of pain — which is everyone.Davey and Kristi Blackburn, Founders of Nothing is Wasted Ministries and host of the Nothing is Wasted Podcast
Molly’s story of unwavering faith in the midst of overwhelming loss is perhaps the most moving thing I have ever read. Well-written with beautiful honesty, this book is both heartbreaking and redemptive, carrying a message of hope for our lives on earth and in eternity. Anyone who has experienced loss will find a friend and fellow sojourner in Molly. It is impossible not be supernaturally inspired by the faith, courage and resilience in these pages. We all have hard battles in this life. I believe God has delivered this book to help many people through those times and it is not to be missed.ERICKA ANDERSEN, AUTHOR OF LEAVING CLOUD 9, HOST OF THE WORTH YOUR TIME PODCAST, AND CONTRIBUTOR TO THE NEW YORK TIMES, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, AND THE WASHINGTON POST
One of the worst things about suffering is feeling alone. That’s what makes Molly’s rendering of her story so powerful for those who read it—the companionship it provides to those who hurt, along with generous doses of insight, vulnerability, and hope.Nancy Guthrie, author of Hearing Jesus Speak Into Your Sorrow
We are all stewards of the pain God has allowed in our lives. In this book, Molly shares the real, raw truth of her life with much grace. I hope you are moved by her story to draw near to the God who loves you abundantly.Chris Fabry, author and host of the radio show Chris Fabry Live
What an honor you have, holding this book. If there is anyone who will give you grounding truth for your aching heart, it is Molly. Because she knows ache. She knows pain. She knows grief. And she knows truth that steadies the shaking soul. She tells her story with page-turning prose and refreshing honesty. Thank you, Molly, for sharing your precious life.Amy Seiffert, speaker and author of Grace Looks Amazing on You and Chin Up
Often we hear about the mountaintop experiences, even the valley ones too; rarely do we hear about the climb, the gripping to rock and walking parched in rugged terrain toward hope. We need Molly’s voice, this book to teach and remind us that a loving Savior is present with us in that whole journey. Thank you Molly for using your voice to speak to what our souls long for in joy and pain, tragedy and triumph.Sarah Scharbrough McLaughlin, singer songwriter and host of the Momnensia podcast